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Experts Tell Us the Best Books For 3 Year Old Girls

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books For 3 Year Old Girls. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Say Hello by Rachel Isadora

This product was recommended by Ashley Pan from The Novel Thief

Say Hello by Rachel Isadora is truly an inspiring book about a young girl who goes around her neighborhood greeting others in different versions of hello from a multitude of languages. It’s a great book that teaches diversity.

Same Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw

This product was recommended by Ashley Pan from The Novel Thief

Same Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw is a great book about friendship and love. In this book we follow two characters who are pen pals and stay connected while building a friendship.

A Is for Awesome! by Eva Chen

This product was recommended by Ashley Pan from The Novel Thief

A Is for Awesome!: 23 Iconic Women Who Changed the World by Eva Chen is an incredible book to teach little girls on letters and what different words are. Each letter is the name of an iconic woman in history who changed the world!!

Not Now, Cow by Tammi Sauer

This product was recommended by Lynda Le from Polish Perfect

This is one of my top picks for books that 3-year olds will love. This is perfect for preschoolers. It’s a funny book where farm animals celebrate each season, yet a clueless cow dresses in the wrong outfits each time! The drawings are amazing. The cow and friends are cute, and my 3-year old kid (actually each of them who tried this book) enjoyed flipping the pages to see the illustrations. Not Now Cow’s story is light and simple and is a silly way of introducing seasons to our kids.

In My Heart by Jo Witec

This product was recommended by Stefanie Juliano from Stefanie Juliano Therapy, LLC

Great book on early emotional intelligence. Explores a full range of emotions at an age appropriate level. Empowering and whimsical. Talks about ‘some days’ to let the young person know that feelings are fleeting and will not last long-which is great when experiencing feelings like scared, jealous, or sad.

Think Big Little One by Vashti Harrison

This product was recommended by Stefanie Juliano from Stefanie Juliano Therapy, LLC

You girls will find this encouraging and entertaining. Great role models and girls are never to young to discover that girls and women are capable of reaching their goals and having amazing potential.

My Very First Tea Party by Michal Sparks

This product was recommended by Amy Davis from My Cat Needs This

One of the many reasons this book is the best book for 3 year old girls is that it promotes being kind to others. The main characters are young girls who are hosting their first tea party, but they are also very kind to one another. They are always sharing, even if it’s something as simple as a piece of cake. Another reason this book has been chosen as one of the best books for 3 year old girls is that there are words on every page. The words provide an opportunity for children to learn new vocabulary before they can read on their own.

If Animals Kissed Good Night by Ann Whitford Paul

This product was recommended by Alex Wan from Vinpit

After a tiresome day at school or at home playing with colleagues, kids need to rest in order to rejuvenate their energy in preparation for the next day. If Animals Kissed Good Night is a great fictional book that takes children to an imaginative world of beauty parked with charming scenery. I recommend this book to parents looking for books for their toddlers since it features fascinating pictures that any kid would love to read before they catch sleep at night. Besides, this book creates a platform for kids to associate and appreciate what nature offers.

Girls Can Do Anything! by Carly Hart

This product was recommended by Jennie Jordan from GinGin and Roo

As a mum of two girls it’s important to me that their view of the world and what they can achieve is not limited by perceived gender roles. This is a great book to read with small children. It’s colourful, well-written and is simply brilliant in reinforcing the message that girls can do anything!

Brown like Dosas, Samosas and Sticky Chikki by Rebecca Manari

This product was recommended by Smriti Tuteja from Yogic-Experience

This is an amazing book that uses magical elements to talk about complex issues such as racism and colorism. It emphasizes the importance of being comfortable in one’s skin and is a great dose of confidence and self-acceptance for little girls. Exposure to modern media and stereotypical toys can drive children to believe in beauty standards set by society. This book is like a whiff of fresh air. It talks about how all skin tones are gorgeous and one shouldn’t try to fit in the societal mold of beauty. It also offers a valuable lesson to not judge or bully others based on their physical appearance.

She Persisted by Chelsea Clinton

This product was recommended by Adrian Skinner from Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc.

This book introduces girls to women who have made history by their efforts despite not getting credit over the decades.

Buzzy the bumblebee by Denise Brennan-Nelson

This product was recommended by Adrian Skinner from Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc.

This book is about a bee who believes what he reads instead of what he knows to be true about himself. It teaches little girls to believe in themselves when others don’t.

Sulwe by Lupita Nyong’o

This product was recommended by Adrian Skinner from Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc.

Great book about dealing with insecurities little girls have about their skin tone and teaching pride about their differences.

The Questioneers Series by Andrea Beaty

This product was recommended by Adrian Skinner from Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc.

This series of books includes A #1 New York Times Bestseller and A Wall Street Journal Bestseller. The series includes two books about girls are naturally inquisitive about science (Rosie Revere, Engineer and Ada Twist, Scientist). The series has been turned into a cartoon.

I Am Enough by Grace Byers

This product was recommended by Felicia Bates from Kim Forrester Photography

Grace Byers is an actress and activist known for her roles in Fox’s smash hit series Empire and Marvel’s The Gifted.As a multicultural, biracial CODA (Child of Deaf Adults), Grace was bullied throughout her childhood, which inspired her first picture book, the New York Times bestseller I Am Enough—an ode to the empowerment of young girls.Her follow-up book, I Believe I Can, celebrates … This book may seem simple but it’s a really great book for young girls for several reasons. Beyond the diversity and inclusiveness in the illustrations, the underlying message is an easy one for a 3 year old to understand and really resonated with me as a mother. I love the use of words of affirmation and message of self-worth.

Never Let a Unicorn Scribble! by Diane Alber

This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign

You 3-years of a little girl will love this book, where unicorns can run on rainbows. This story is all about a cute little girl who keeps hearing fancy stuff and never lets a unicorn scribble. But in the core of her heart, she believes that people will never understand how scribbling could ever be so fascinating. Therefore, she keeps trying harder to teach her baby unicorn to scribble and later realizes that the process is more difficult than she expected.

The Hiccupotamus by Aaron Zenz

This product was recommended by Abby from Cloom

“There was a hippopotamus who hiccupped quite-a-lotamus. And every time he got’emus… he’d fall upon his bottomus!” Calamity ensues when an elephant, a centipede, and a rhinoceros try finding a cure for Hippo’s colossal case of hiccups. Author-illustrator Aaron Zenz’s creativity shines through in his colored-pencil artwork in this off-the-wall read-aloud. HIC! HIC! HIC!

The Rabbit Listened by Cori Doerrfeld

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

Sometimes you just need to listen, and this book makes that notion understandable to 3-year-olds. When something unpleasant happens, a slew of animals come up with unhelpful ideas until the rabbit gets it right and listens. This lovely and simple storey demonstrates the importance of emotional intelligence and empathy.

I Love You to the Moon and Back by Amelia Hepworth

This product was recommended by Sampeep kaul from The Japanese Way

This is a perfect book for a 3-year-old girl. This book shows the love of parents to young girls, through a lovely and coloring book! The book is easy to read, and full of cute illustrations. Also, it’s just the right one for bedtime. I believe that after reading this book you and your little daughter will always say to each other every dayI love you to the moon and back.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr

This product was recommended by Nikki Webster from Brit on the Move

This is a nice little story. The story is super silly which is why any toddler or pre-schooler will love it. It is about a tiger that comes over to visit but eats and drinks everything in the house. When the dad gets home from work there was nothing for dinner. So he suggests going out to a cafe for dinner. It’s really well written, in real language vs. baby gibberish and it will capture the imagination of any 3-year-old girl.

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